Ike Hamill’s books are getting me through the lockdown It’s Memorial Day in a small tourist town in Maine where preparations are underway for the annual parade. Hamill introduces a
Is there anything Hamill can’t write? Kill Cycle is unlike the other Ike Hamill books I’ve read in that it’s a straight-up crime novel. But like all his novels, it’s
Keeps you up too late I thought I wouldn’t enjoy this much, but I grabbed it while it was free and thought I’d nothing to lose. How wrong I was!
The Vox called it: “a hollow, thematically empty book filled with hollow, psychologically empty characters”… I fully agree.
A gripping, anxiety-fueled read Update: This is an old review of Ike Hamill’s Extinct. It’s a lousy review. No, the book isn’t lousy, my review is. I think I would
An intelligent, beautifully written and brutally observed dystopian novel about an economic crash and the effect of money on people.
A novel of ideas including climate change, multiverses, freedom, family ties and family responsibility, artificial intelligence and more…
A clever, thought-provoking novel about fat and dieting and about whether adults should feel or take responsibility for their siblings.
A tremendous, unforgettable, beautifully written and funny book about family and grief that delivers a profound emotional effect.
Generates a fervent wish that the protagonist (hell, the writer) would get eaten by zombies. A bloody mess of a book.